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Joe Cronin  

First modern-day player to become a league president. Elected to Baseball Hall of Fame in 1956. Compiled .301 average in 20 MLB seasons. Affiliated with Red Sox for 24 seasons as player/manager, manager, and general manager. Leads all Red Sox managers with 1071 wins. Managed Red Sox to AL pennant in 1946. Holds AL record for pinch-hit homee runs in a season, 5 (1943). Became first player to hit pinch-hit home runs in both games of a doubleheader, June 17, 1943 (in a stretch when he hit three three-run pinch-hit home runs in four at-bats). Participated in 12 All-Star Games for AL, six as a player.


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